Volume 19, Number 32, August 14, 1992



Dr. Mark Whiteside

by Linda de Hoyos

This researcher from Key West, Florida, was one of the first to draw attention to the environmental factors associated with AIDS. The implications of his work have been systematically stifled by the Centers for Disease Control.


Music Views and Reviews

by Kathy Wolfe

Haydn’s Musical Revolution.

Report from Rio

by Nilder Costa

Nuclear Deal Negotiated with Germany.

Andean Report

by Andrea Olivieri

Colombia in Uproar over U.S. Flights.


The Ghost of Hitler.

Science & Technology

Experts Challenge Press To Tell Truth about Ozone Scare

The evidence is all there, in a new book presented at a Washington press conference: The ozone hole catastrophe does not exist, although the “remedies” for it could kill millions.


Noriega’s Revelations Put Bush on the Hot Seat

In Gen. Manuel Noriega’s address to his sentencing hearing before Judge William Hoeveler, the Panamanian leader reveals what really happened between him and the Bush administration: the truth that Judge Hoeveler would not allow to be told to the jury.

Who is Gen. Manuel Antonio Noriega?


NAFTA Accord Will Sink North American Economies

by Peter Rush and Carlos Cota Meza

Indecently racing to iron out the last wrinkles on a draft before Bush goes to the GOP convention, the free trade accord promises to recycle U.S., Canadian, and Mexican workers like so much garbage.

Currency Rates

Bush Vetoes Oregon Rationing Plan

by Linda Everett

Schiller Institute Sets Labor Day Conference


by John Hoefle

Securities Holdings Hide Capital Crisis.


by Marcia Merry

“Factory Food Zones”?

Business Briefs


Can the HIV Depopulation of Africa Be Stopped?

by Linda de Hoyos

The virtual extinction of human life on the continent of Africa—and the detonation of the AIDS epidemic in Asia with the potential to kill many millions more—will be guaranteed, if the prevailing views of the nature of AIDS and how to fight it are not swiftly overturned. An analysis.

‘Safe Sex’ Will Not Stop AIDS Epidemic

by Linda de Hoyos

An interview with Dr. Mark Whiteside.

Deadly Diseases of African Countries


Russia, One Year after the Coup: What Has Changed?

by Konstantin George

A bitter battle is under way between the old nomenklatura—those who ran Russia under the communists, and still do—and nationalist elements in the military and elsewhere. A report from a recent fact-finding visit to the Russian Republic.

National Indignation Erupts in Bolivia against New World Order

by Silvia Palacios and Lorenzo Carrasco Bazúa

Documentation: Statement of the Permanent Council of the Bolivian Bishops Conference, in response to the interventionist attitude of the U.S. ambassador.

U.S., Others Aiding Peruvian Terrorists

by Carlos Wesley

Fighting Expands on Armenia-Azeri Border

by Haik Babokhanian

Call To Stop Genocide in Balkans Gets Support

International Intelligence


LaRouche-Bevel Slate Defies Media Control of Election

by Nora Hamerman

Rev. James Bevel, a former close associate of Dr. Martin Luther King, announced in a Washington press conference that he will be the vice presidential running-mate of independent candidate Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. “Do you vote for the lesser of two evils,” Bevel asked, “or do you vote for what you know is right?”

Documentation: Excerpts from Lyndon LaRouche’s statement to the press conference.

ADL Racists Claim Black Anti-Semitism

by Joseph Brewda

Will Walsh’s Parting Shots Hit Bush?

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Rudolph Sues DOJ Over ‘Nazi-Hunting’ Tactics

by Marsha Freeman

A new initiative to shut down the Office of Special Investigations in the Justice Department, which defamed and persecuted a great German rocket scientist.

Congressional Closeup

by William Jones

National News